What is inside the fantastic spaceship that cruises around the galaxy? We know (don’t ask us how, but we do) and are giving you a sneak peak of how it feels to be Xeron, Nebula or Vortex.

The spaceship has a giant monitor that the aliens look out of so they can admire the view – and see where they are going. The first alien spaceship they had before this one had no monitor and Vortex often accidentally crashed into something because he couldn’t see where he was going.

There are lots and lots of buttons to be pressed. Most of these control the spaceships direction, speed and lights. Other buttons are there just for fun because Nebula loves to push buttons.

What’s the matter? Or what’s the anti-matter? The choice is up to you with the matter generating defice that the aliens use to create things like disguises, clothes and food. With these amazing things the aliens can keep themselves well fed on their long journey’s and make clothes so they can mingle seemlessly with the inhabitants of the planet that they visit.

The transporter is a fun way to beam up items or people and it saves catching a cab to get somewhere fast.

Also inside the ship is a plastic container that is hardly opened. This is the aliens trashcan and contains remains of the food they have devoured – as well as piles and piles of parking tickets they have accumulated over the years from the Intergalactic Traffic Warden Agency.



We are getting very homesick with all this talk of gatherings and get togethers and celebrations.

It has not been easy to see Dorsey but not to be able to get in contact with him. It all reminds us too much of all the fun we used to have on Phenorg.

We long to be able to finish our mission here on Planet Earth and return to our marshy swamplands with our dear Dorsey.

Oh, think of the gatherings we used to have!

Please remember us as you prepare to celebrate the Feast of the Garganwxen and we will remember the


  • Gatherings on Phenorg only happen for 3 events…the hatchlings of the newly hymogenised Phenorphtes, Swamp wrestling in the Marshlands of the Pittlfghywez and 1,000 year Phenorgal Institute celebrations.
  • The oldest Viqercorator at a Gathering has to say a few words in ancient Pheaenorg whilst balancing on the tip of his tail at the edge a swamp.
  • The youngest Viqercorator at a Gathering has to perform the dance of a 1,000 tails which is a traditional dance dating back to 7 P.C.
  • The traditional food that is served varies from gathering to gathering but always includes mouse burgers and ambrose of the swamp amoeba.
This Earth Woman demonstrates the spooky similarities between the way that E
arthlings eat and the way that Phenorgians eat.
  • There is music at gatherings and it is always performed by the school swamplings on instruments that are called Phenarferts. These are a cross between Earthling bagpipes and guitars.
  • Special clothes are worn at these gatherings and prizes are given to those who show off their tails to the best advantage.
  • There are dances other than the dance of a 1,000 tails which only the youngest Viqercorator can perform and most Phenorgians enjoy dancing the Tail Trot, the Mamama and the Swamp Sway.
  • There are special decorations that adorn the swamps during a gathering and these mark out the celebration area. There are green phosphorescent bugs that glow from glass vials that are hung amongst the vines, sparkly swamp glub that makes the marshland shimmer and huge lizards and reptilean statues made out of the marrow of the Moosh Marf.
  • The Phenorgians who are being honoured in the Gathering have to stand high on their tails and proclaim to always honour the six spheres of the swamp. This proclamation is followed by a huge kenang where Phenorgians of all ages get together, sway on their tails and sing the song of the Sacred Swamp.
  • The gathering ends with a bang when the naturally explosive Moosh Marfs set themselves off and soar through the twighlight sky. This phenomenon is often seen by Earthlings who say they have seen a shooting star. Piffle and Poofle. There are no shooting stars, only exploding Moosh Marfs!

This Earth Man resembles the explorers who came to Phenorg many years ago but who decided to settle on Mars

Oh we had the best times on our beautiful planet!

This method of party celebration is a little bit similar to Phenorgian gatherings. Although we were frightened as we hurtled through the event on the back of a flying creature, we enjoyed seeing the happy faces of the Earthlings as they jumped up and down and sang songs as they clutched their party bags.

We will keep you informed as to our remarkable experiences here on Earth and we hope that we will be able to make contact with Dorsey very soon.

Until we meet again in the swamps of our homeland,

Pherum Phenor Pheram.”




Mr. Dorsey happened to come across this secret message. He swallowed it whilst drinking a glass of punch at a recent party held in honour of the delightful Octavia Vermont.


“To the Master Plareion and all the little Phenegian Platosphormars…

We feel that we need to alert you to the fact that we, Xeron, Nebula and Vortex have seen some incredible sights here on Planet Earth and we wish to share some of our experiences with you to help you in your study of Earthlings.

The experience that we have enjoyed the most so far is the so called ‘party’ that we saw when we were buzzing around Sunset Cove whilst searching for our dear dicconyddian brother, Dorsey.

Every one of these Earthlings were dressed differently from how they normally appear and we think that they looked much better. There were a lot of colours in the costumes and everybody looked quite happy and jumped around a lot.

Some of the guests looked better in costume than they normally do!

There was lots of loud music and a very large man in a white glittery suit was singing and eating at the same time. He actually reminded us of Uncle Elvicldrorg at the 1000th Hatchling Gathering for newly hymogenised Phenorphates.

The Elvicldorg Impersonator

You remember how he sang the song about blue suede flippers and ate 2 dozen mouse burgers at the same time? Oh, those were the days my lords.

The more we travel the more we realise that there are some very strange customs and traditions on all the planets and particularly so here on Planet Earth.

There is a wide mixture of food at Earthling parties including a large cake that is set on fire so that somebody gets their eyebrows singed when they have to put it out. There are sausage rolls and little sandwich
hes. And there are wobbly jellies.

We saw Dorsey eating a green jelly and it reminded of the time that we attended the swamp wrestling competition in the Marshlands of the Pittlfghywez. Dorsey you might recall ate all the greenery from the swamp and there was nothing left to wrestle in! Fond memories indeed.

There are prizes given out for whoever looks the best at an Earthling party. Dorsey has obviously fitted in well to Earthling society and been accepted by the people of Sunset Cove because he won the prize for best costume at this party!

Dorsey wins the prize!

We think that Dorsey is looking good and healthy and think that he is enjoying his time on Earth. It is good that he has become an accepted member of the Earthling society.

But we think that the prize for the best costume should go to the boy with the big ears and the blue outfit. He really looks like he would fit in to any Phenorg gathering.

Our favourite costume



A trio of intrepid aliens from the star system Fenorg – Vortex, Xeron and Nebula are on their way to Earth to rescue their alien kinsman, Mr Dorsey, none other than the science teacher of Atlantis High…Vortex, Xeron and Nebula accidentally crash land their spacecraft and miniturise themselves in the process, thereby encountering a variety of adventures from all kinds of wildlife (and other residents of Sunset Cove) on their quest to reunite with Mr Dorsey…

The three aliens find Earth creatures to be very bizarre and have many funny moments as they try to blend in with humans.


Des Morgan (Xeron) – Sam Husson (Vortex) -Lyndee Jane Rutherford (Nebula)

Sam has acted in a wide range of roles in television, the stage and advertisements. Sam enjoys writing. Sam has been in other Cloud 9 productions including Twist in the Tale and portrayed the crazy character tophat in the smash hit series, The Tribe.

Lyndee has extensive acting experience in both television and stage, including many comedic roles. She has also had a role in The Tribe.

Des has spent 20 years in television starting with “Close to Home” in 1983 and finishing with “The Strip” in 2001. Des has worked extensively in theatre and television throughout this time.